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St. Mary`s Church (Chartham)

St. Mary`s is the parish church of the Kent village of Chartham, by the River Great Stour.

It was begun in the late 13th century, and one of those who gave money for its construction was Edward I.

The church has an unusually long chancel, reflecting its early links with the monks at nearby Canterbury. There are also small transepts.

It has one of the oldest sets of bells in the country.

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